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Special Operations Tactical Vehicle
|Country of Origin/Used by:||USA|
|First Produced/Service Dates:||2012|
|Manufactured by:||Navistar Defense|
|Crew:||3, 5 or 7 (adaptable to mission)|
Multiple weapons configurations can be fitted
|Engine:||8 Cylinder Turbo-Diesel (MaxxForce 6.0D)|
U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) initiated the
Ground Mobility Vehicle 1.1 (GMV 1.1) program to find a suitable vehicle
to replace their HMMWV based GMV’s. The three finalist
vehicles were the After a long and
sometimes contentious process, the Flyer 72 ALSV was selected as
USSOCOM's new GMV 1.1 vehicle.
The three finalist vehicles were the After a long and sometimes contentious process, the Flyer 72 ALSV was selected as USSOCOM's new GMV 1.1 vehicle.
Although not selected as the new GMV 1.1, the SOTV is still considered a very capable vehicle as it is highly adaptable to a wide variety of special operations missions. A unique feature of the vehicle is that it can be quickly fitted with a number of different external armament and armor packages. One of the options is a low-profile configuration which allows the vehicle to blend into the local environment as a "normal" pick-up truck. The SOTV is also transportable by many helicopters in use by SOCOM, including being interally carried in the CH/MH-47 Chinook due to a collapsible turret/weapons station.
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